There are a few myths about pro anglers, especially at the Elite Series level, that I think should be mentioned.
When most pros give seminars or work boat shows, the number one question that we get asked is about how to acquire sponsors.
Charlie Campbell is one of the all-time greats of topwater fishing.
Barometric pressure is important, but it’s also complicated.
Fishing a lake or river with a forage problem makes no sense at all.
There are very few lures that are more versatile and catch more bass at this time of year than a plastic lizard.
It's really hard to beat spring crankin', says Bassmaster Elite Series rookie Paul Mueller.
I’d like to suggest some things that will always be helpful regardless of when you go fishing or what conditions you face when you do go.
There are times when knowing a lot about a lake can work to your advantage, but there are others when it can work against you.
Mike Iaconelli’s lure inventory matches his personality: wide-ranging and colorful. Yet, when asked what two lures he thinks anybody can catch a bass on, it didn’t take but seconds to pinpoint the answer.
But there are a few things you can do to stack the odds in your favor — things a lot of other anglers don't do.